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You can find more information regarding this film on its IMDb page.
This movie is part of the collection: Feature Films
Director: William Castle
Producer: Robert Golden
Production Company: Robert S. Golden Productions
Audio/Visual: sound, b&w
Creative Commons license: Public Domain
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Subject: Just finished watching this about 10 minutes ago
Craptastic final scene. Rest of the film is OK.
The quality of this upload is decent, but a little dark. Sound quality is a acceptable.
Subject: Supporting cast rules!
It's a bit of a mystery why down through the years more than one mainstream critic has loved savaging this quirky little movie. Yeah, it's a lightweight romantic comedy, and Guy Madison and Diana Lynn aren't the most charismatic couple, yet they're adaquate for their roles. Then there is this credited and unaccredited supporting cast: James Dunn, Jesse White, Margret Hamilton, Michael Chekilov, Florence Bates, Irene "Granny Clampett" Ryan, Roscoe Karns, Clem Bevans, Audie Murphy, William Frawley, et cetera. You could say this group of pros is the heart of this film, and Madison and Lynn are their supporting cast. So enjoy this offbeat romance for what it is - seventy-six minutes of lighthearted fun. I agree with reviewer Azul. A remake is an intriguing idea, but these days putting together a large cast of accomplished character actors wouldn't be easy.
Subject: looks good but quality ehh
the cutscenes to the bartender telling a story is a forgone aspect of filmaking and im glad, sucky ending! props on weird storyline tho
Subject: light weight, contrived, but fun
A journalist sets out for Manhattan to conquer Broadway. Along the way he meets a girl, and from then on it's pretty much 1930s cliche. Girl fixes car, boy is mistaken for bank robber, girl finds riding stable in Brooklyn, boy finds Damon Runyon at his hotel bar, and you can guess the rest. The riding academy was wonderful, the writing was witty, and the movie moves along nicely with lots of characters and a good deal of incident.
No, this isn't a lost gem, but it's a great work out movie or iPod travel movie. Unlike others of this ilk, this one holds together and entertains through the end.
Subject: Thoroughly enjoyable.
Lackluster ending, but a great movie. Even the wicked witch of the west is in this. Worth watching.
Subject: Stars everywhere
A light hearted romance, that's shocking for the number of stars hidden throughout the movie. The closer you look, the more stars you find. Like the fellow in the crowd on the left of the policeman in the subway seen.
Subject: A long lope for a free drink - Potential unrealized
Sweet but dated. Poor character developement and a storyboard so choppy it boarders on the schizophrenic. The only real redemption is in the writing and the potential of the story. This is a great candidate to be remade and updated. For example, the "riding acadamy" could become a "virtual riding arcade". A major studio could have a blast remaking this one. As you're watching it, you can't help but imagine what it could have been, - or might someday become in the right hands.